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Cox, Tormala head Arrowhead's defense

By Chuck Delsman (Lake Country Reporter)

February 13, 2017 — Arrowhead boys hockey coach Carl Valimont has been singing the praises of his top two defensemen, senior Elijah Tormala and junior Dylan Cox, all season long.

Since the incredible AHS season started back in the November, Valimont, a standout for the Milwaukee Admirals for years, has said that in his judgement, Tormala and Cox are the top two defensemen on the same team in the state.

It's difficult to argue with.

Led by Tormala and Cox, the Warhawks have not only put together one of the best records (21-2-1) in the state but also one of the best in school history. The only team with fewer losses ever at Arrowhead came in 2002-03 when the Warhawks won a school record 20 games in a row and finished the year at 20-1-1. Arrowhead has given up just 1.5 goals per game while scoring 145.

"Both Tormala and Cox are very highly skilled hockey players and outstanding defensemen," Valimont said. "These two guys can do a lot of things on the ice. Their defensive skills are obvious. They disrupt a lot of things our opponents are trying to do to us. But remember, they also can score. When those two guys are on the ice, a lot of good things happen."
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Wings clip Arrowhead hockey team

By Chuck Delsman (Lake Country Reporter)

February 08, 2017 — rrowhead's bid to make some team history came up a little short Feb. 7.

Playing in the game of the year in the Classic 8 Conference, the No. 3-ranked Arrowhead boys hockey team saw its 19-game winning streak come to an end when it suffered a 3-1 loss to the No. 5-ranked Waukesha Wings in the final game of the league season at the Naga-Waukee Ice Arena.

Had AHS won the game, it would have won have the outright league championship. Instead, the Warhawks fell to 6-1 in league play, tying them with Waukesha and giving them the co-championship. The conference title was the 11th for the Warhawks in the Classic 8, more than any other school.

However, Arrowhead came up one game short of tying a team record for most consecutive wins. The school record is 20 consecutive wins set by the 2002-03 team.
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Arrowhead, Waukesha skaters clash on Tuesday

By Chuck Delsman (Lake Country Reporter)

February 05, 2017 — The best two boys hockey teams in the Classic 8 Conference go head-to-head at 8 p.m. Feb. 7 at the Naga-Waukee Ice Arena.

Arrowhead, ranked No. 3 in the state, will battle No. 8-ranked Waukesha in the game of the year in the conference.

The Warhawks have the best record in the league at 6-0, good for 12 points. They've already clinched at least a share of the league championship. If Arrowhead (20-1) wins, the Warhawks will win the outright championship, their 11th conference title. Waukesha (18-3, 5-1) needs a win to share the title.

"We're playing good hockey, and Waukesha also has a very good team," said Arrowhead coach Carl Valimont. "It should be a lot of fun on Tuesday night. The guys on both teams know each other very well."
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Late surge vaults Arrowhead past KMMO

By Chuck Delsman (Lake Country Reporter)

January 31, 2017 — Don't get fooled by the final score. Arrowhead's 5-1 victory over the visiting Kettle Moraine/Mukwonago/Oconomowoc boys hockey team Jan. 31 was a lot closer than the final four-goal spread would indicate.

After two periods, the underdog Lasers were staying right with No. 3-ranked Arrowhead, battling the red-hot Warhawks to a 1-1 deadlock. Not only was the score tied heading into the third period, but the shots were even at 12 apiece.

Even though Arrowhead took a 2-1 lead with 13:02 remaining in the game when Patrick Berges scored after getting a nice assist from Connor Akers, the game was still up for grabs with just over 5 minutes to play.
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Arrowhead hockey team battles past Waupun

By Chuck Delsman (Lake Country Reporter)

January 25, 2017 — For the first time in recent memory, Arrowhead's No. 3 ranked boys hockey team faced adversity.

But don't panic, the Warhawks handled the pressure just fine.

After falling behind 1-0 after the first period, Arrowhead outscored host Waupun the rest of the way and downed the host Warriors, 4-2. The win was the 16th straight for the Warhawks.

AHS scored two goals each in the final two periods. The score tied at 2-2 after two periods, but freshman Will Bonk got the game winner in the third period, and Caleb Beversdorf iced the win later in the period with another goal. Connor Akers assisted on Bonk's goal, and Ben Beversdorf had the assist on his brother's goal.
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